Nick Hewer turned down Strictly Come Dancing
The Apprentice's Nick Hewer has revealed he turned down a role on 'Strictly Come Dancing' because he didn't want to look like a ''t*t''.
Nick Hewer turned down a place on 'Strictly Come Dancing' because he didn't want to look like a "t*t".
The PR mogul - who is Lord Alan Sugar's right hand man on BBC One's 'The Apprentice' - revealed while he and fellow former advisory Margaret Mountford have been offered roles on the celebrity dancing show, he would "never do it".
He said: "Margaret and I were asked to do 'Strictly.' but I, for one, would never do it because as a general rule I believe that it's best to avoid looking like an absolute t*t in life."
However, Nick might be persuaded to take up a role on the BBC One reality TV series if Cheryl Cole was taking part, as he admitted he found her "very pretty" when she appeared on the 'Celebrity Apprentice' for Comic Relief in 2007.
He added to Glamour magazine: "I met Cheryl Cole a few times when I was doing the 'Celebrity Apprentice' and found her very, very pretty - but I don't know how much we'd have to talk about."